Projects - PMC EDGE
A sample of our recent projects to help Canadian and international clients in public, private and non-profit sectors reach their business goals – HR strategy, performance management, leadership development.
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Sample Projects

We can help your organization and your people become more focused effective and engaged. Here are just a few of the recent projects we have undertaken:


A government crown corporation providing grants and other services retained PMC to design a complete talent management strategy framework. This included recruitment, orientation, and a performance management process integrating an employee driven multi-source competency platform integrated with an appraisal process. Design included links to compensation, access to core and advanced employee development opportunities, design of career management workshops and design and conduct of an employee engagement survey. The program aligns with the key priorities of the organization’s four-year strategic plan.


In 2009, the Human Resources Department of the Oujé-Bougoumou Cree Nation retained the services of PMC to assist in developing a 5-year Human Resources (HR) Strategy that responded to the economic and social Vision for their community. This work included an HR Audit of various HR policies and practices. In conducting this audit, PMC benchmarked practices in other communities and organizations by conducting a Human Resource Practices Survey within the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee. Communities and organizations in Eeyou Istchee had the opportunity to participate and share in the findings, providing an opportunity to see how their own HR practices compare to other organizations.


A non-profit corporation with several hundred employees was facing challenges in terms of adapting to new technology, competition, customer expectations and a changing workforce due to demographic trends. In partnership with PMC, it entered into an ongoing process of leadership development to equip its management and supervisory ranks with the skills, insights, behaviours and values to effectively and confidently deal with a wide range of emerging issues. For Phase I of this program, PMC developed a series of four customized and highly interactive modules to be delivered to small teams of managers and supervisors in three locations over a period of six months. The format allows ample room for one-on-one coaching as well as the practical application of skills on the job, in between the delivery of each module. The modules integrate and align with the corporate mission, vision and values.


A non-profit organization with quasi-regulatory powers, a network of thousands of volunteers and dozens of member organizations wanted to strengthen its governance and risk management, while significantly shortening the three year cycle for training new Directors. First PMC developed a behavioural competency framework for Directors working in the two key program areas. Establishment of the framework is a critical component of a succession planning and talent management strategy, helping to focus recruiting efforts on those candidates who best demonstrate high behavioural competence, not only the technical competence required for the job. For the existing team, the framework provides an individual and organizational dynamic training needs analysis, helping to focus employee development priorities on highest value returns. Lastly, the framework helps to demonstrate the application of organizational best practices to outside stakeholders. Phase II of the project involved the creation of a multi-rater peer assessment system to assist Directors to develop the ability to work more cooperatively, provide constructive criticism of others’ work and receive critical appraisals of, and feedback on, their own work.


The front line workers of a non-profit community organization were facing increasingly complex assignments due to the changing environment of the constituents they serve. The risk of stress and burn-out was increasing, and adding additional resources was not currently an option. After interviewing front-line workers, PMC developed a customized workshop on Practical Time and Workload Management, which was then rolled out in multiple deliveries across the front-line workforce. The workshop provides workers with practical tools and skills to manage both the complexity and the volume of their cases.


We are proud to have provided services to many indigenous organizations and communities. Here’s a partial list of our recent clients:


Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario
Canada Border Services Agency
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Canada Post Corporation
Canada Public Service Agency
Canada Revenue Agency
Canada Science and Technology Museum
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
Canadian Forces Personnel Support Agency
Canadian Heritage
Canadian Human Rights Commission
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
City of Windsor
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Elections Canada
Government of Nunuvut
Health Canada
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Industry Canada
International Development Research Centre
Justice Canada
National Defence
National Research Council
Natural Resources Canada
National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy
Ontario Ministry of Health
Privy Council Office
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Public Service Staff Relations Board
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Royal Canadian Mint
Senate of Canada
United States Commercial Service

First Nations / Aboriginal Communities

Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians
Constance Lake First Nation
Cree Human Resources Development Department
Cree Regional Authority
Cree School Board
Eeyou Economic Group CFDC Inc.
Government of Nunavut
Mistissini Cree First Nation
Métis Nation of Ontario
Mohawk Council of Akwesasne
Mohawk Council of Kahnawá:ke
Moose Cree First Nation
Moose Cree Education Authority
National Association of Friendship Centres
National Centre for First Nations Governance
Native Women’s Association of Canada
Nemaska Cree First Nation
Oujé-Bougoumou Cree First Nation
Waskaganish Cree First Nation
Washaw Sibi Cree First Nation
Waswanipi Cree First Nation
Wemindji Cree First Nation

Non-Profit & Healthcare

Canada Council for the Arts
Canadian Association of Broadcasters
Canadian Blood Services
Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport
Canadian Council on Animal Care
Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
Canadian Institute of Actuaries
Canadian Plastics Sector Council
Chamber Executives Ontario
Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Grey Children’s Aid Society
Mattawa Community Living
Medical Council of Canada
Ottawa-Carleton Lifeskills
Ottawa Hospital
Queen’s University
Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
The Women’s Association
University of Ottawa
Victorian Order of Nurses
World University Service of Canada

Private Sector

Alstom Canada Inc.
Atlific Hotels & Resorts
BA International Inc.
BHP Billiton Diamonds
BDO Dunwoody
CMC Electronics
CGI Group
Cognos Inc.
Control Microsystems
DuPont Canada
Emergis Inc.
Ericsson Canada
Fisher Scientific Ltd.
General Dynamics Canada Ltd.
Lee Valley Tools
Ottawa Centre for Research
and Innovation
Ottawa Senators Hockey Club & Scotiabank Place
Resolve Corporation
Resource Environmental
Associates Limited
Sanofi Pasteur
Shell Canada
St. Lawrence Seaway Management
Toronto Star
Trimag s.e.c.
Variation Biotechnologies Inc.